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    • Purchasing Heavy Duty Office Furniture

      Businesses across the United States employ and serve an eclectic mix of individuals of different shapes and sizes; a range of people perhaps broader than any country in the world. With each individual being unique and completely different it is important to take into consideration their needs especially when it comes to purchasing office furniture. Office furniture is a big investment, so it is important to consider all necessary elements prior to making a purchase. Will most people entering your office have the same body type and build? If your answer to this question is no, then it is safer to prepare for situations when heavy duty furniture may be needed that will be durable enough to withstand substantial usage.

      Purchasing heavy duty furniture is also beneficial for companies that have most of their employees or customers seated for the majority of the day. It is easy to forget just how often you may be sitting in an office chair until you think about how many hours you work per week and then consider how much use your chair is getting over just a year's time. This is especially true for work environments that have furniture that is in use all day everyday such as call centers and dispatch centers where employees are switching shifts but the same chair is used. Office chairs that are in use twenty 24 hours a day 7 days a week require special heavy duty seating to ensure the chair will not break within the first few months and instead lasts for years to come.

      Steel

      There are many benefits to owning heavy duty furniture, the first being the quality of construction. Heavy duty office chairs are often engineered with an indestructible all steel frame with no easily breakable plastic components. Many are also designed and warranted to hold up to 500 lbs., essentially making the chair usable for just about anyone. The parts that comprise the chair are also stronger and manufactured better to stand up to even the toughest work environments. There are heavy duty mechanisms, more back and seat support, sturdier casters, a larger base, and a long-lasting cylinder. Most manufacturer warranties also showcase their belief in their heavy duty products by offering 10 year warranties with some even offering a lifetime warranty on all working parts.

      Heavy

      Another advantage of owning heavy duty furniture is that all your employees, customers, and clients will be guaranteed to fit comfortably no matter their shape or size. Often times bigger and taller individuals have a difficult time finding furniture that will allow them to sit comfortably and more importantly fit their body proportions. This often leads to chairs that break underneath them which can cause serious injuries or at the very least a bruise to show for it the next day. Big and tall chairs are designed specifically for bigger individuals and can be found on any specialty seating website as well as some office furniture showrooms. Big and tall furniture has expanded to include office chairs, guest chairs, conference seating, and task chairs; essentially providing a seat solution for just about any office seating application.

      Heavy

      Ultimately, purchasing heavy duty furniture  and chairs is the best return on investment for any business. Once the purchase is made, no longer will you need to worry about furniture breaking every few months and then needing to spend the time searching for replacement furniture. Your furniture will already be built with quality components to withstand even the toughest working conditions and be able to support heavier individuals. Purchasing office chairs should be a long-term investment, and it is both impractical and wasteful to have to buy new furniture every year. While it may cost more upfront, having furniture that lasts for more than ten years and comfortably supports every person that steps into your office will greatly outweigh the money spent.

      Finding a company that has an expansive line of heavy duty office furniture may be difficult, even more so if looking in retail locations that typically only stock cheap furniture. To view Sitbetter's extended online catalog of heavy duty furniture that will suit every businesses' needs click here!

    • Office Chair Review: Mayline 6446AGL

      Mayline 6446AGLThree Sweet Features:

      1. A big chair fold away arms for easy entry.

      2. High quality leather that is soft and durable.

      3. Steel reinforced components.

      The Thorough Review:

      The Mayline 6446AGL is our most popular Big and Tall Office chair for a) Big and Tall users, and b) Dispatch centers. It is very popular for the former because of the size of the chair - it is big and capable. The seat is wide and thick, using a high density foam that ensures the foam will withstand longer use by anyone. The back is tall too, which provides a a chair that can be used by a wider range of people.

      The components that make up this chair are high quality and durable - for example, the chair has a steel reinforced plate on the bottom for support and longevity, and the chair comes with an oversize metal base as well. The foam is what we call High Density Foam - thicker and more durable than standard foam.

      There are a few critical features that make this chair very nice - aside from the component makeup and durability. One is the pivot arm feature. The arms are capped in leather, and pivot upward out of the way for two reasons: 1. More space means more comfort and 2. It makes it easy to get in and out of the chair. The arms, although they pivot and are connected by a single point to the back of the chair, are durable and sturdy enough to put weight and support on, too. Another great feature of this chair is the inflatable lumbar support. While a very underrated feature, inflatable lumbar means the user can adjust the lower back pressure to exactly where they feel comfortable. It's a very specific means of lumbar support.

      Overall, a great chair. It's really worth the additional dollars - instead of buying multiple chairs that keep breaking and aren't comfortable for around $125 dollars, it's a wise choice to invest in the durable and comfortable Mayline 6446AGL Big and Tall Office Chair.

      The Ratings:

      Durability: Very, very durable. Steel reinforced plating means weight rating of up to 450 lbs.

      Adjust-ability: It features two things that set it apart from other chairs - inflatable air lumbar and pivot arms that fold up.

      Plushness:

      It's plush, and the top-grain leather is soft. However, it is not a "super soft sink into" type chair, since it is built more for long term comfort and durability.

      Overall Rating (Not an average):

      It's one of SitBetter's more popular chairs for a reason. Big, durable, comfortable - worth the price.

      Want to know more about how we rate chairs? Check out our Ratings Guide!

    • Chairs, Chairs, Chairs and More Chairs....

      First off, just a bit of humor...
      Came across this at World's Largest Roadside Attractions, and thought it just too much fun!
      Now, the really interesting thing is that while that chair is going to be simply too big for most people, it's the perfect chair for the Jolly Green Giant or Paul Bunyon!
      Which is to say, there's a chair out there for everyone.
      Now, let me ask you a question- At the end of the day, are you going home with a sore back, shoulders, tired legs (even though you sat all day), tingling fingers, numbness.... or any combination of the above?
      Consider how you're sitting then!
      Is your chair right for how you're working? Are you sitting in front of a computer all day, typing away and sitting in a chair that's not meant for the task?
      Perhaps you're sitting in a chair which is meant for conference rooms. Fixed arms, can only go up and down with a simple tilt mechanism and the back is fixed in relation to the seat.
      Wrong!
      Consider, then, a chair which has adjustable lumbar support, a back which can freely move, arms you can adjust, a seat-slider mechanism and comfortable padding.

      There are other issues, of course, but I'll leave that for another day, I just wanted to put the thought into the mind that your chair, which you spend more time in than anywhere else, is very important to your overall health!

      Visit me at SitBetter.com and spend some time, heck, I'll even chat with you!

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